Kamelot Auctions Inks Deal With WorthPoint
Philadelphia’s Kamelot Auctions partners with WorthPoint, a social network and search engine for collectors
Reston, VA (PRWEB) February 02, 2008 — WorthPoint Corporation, the premier website for art, antiques, and collectibles, announced today that Kamelot Auctions has selected WorthPoint as a data publishing partner. Under the new agreement, Kamelot will provide WorthPoint with upcoming and historical auction data to be published on the WorthPoint web site. With information provided by Kamelot, WorthPoint is now able to provide more comprehensive data than ever.
“We are very excited about our partnership with Kamelot,” said Will Seippel, CEO and Chairman of WorthPoint. “With this new relationship, we add the sales of notable pieces of 19th and 20th century furniture to our database, from an auction house with an excellent reputation and with a history of impressive sales. WorthPoint is proud to include Kamelot’s records in its data collection.”
WorthPoint is a collector’s social network and search engine rolled into one. The website is changing the process of assessing worth for collectibles by providing a vast database of sales records wherein an individual can assess the worth of their own collection. Through Worthpoint, collectors connect with experts to learn more about authenticity and value in art, antiques, and vintage items. Through the WorthPoint online community, members can contact other collectors interested in buying, selling, or swapping stories, and they can share their insight and knowledge through the forums and wikis.
Kamelot is Philadelphia’s premier auction house. Kamelot Auctions offers clients a full-range of auction and appraisal services including start-to-finish trust and estate liquidation support. The partners and experts at Kamelot bring integrity, enthusiasm, and an unsurpassed level of personal service to their clients. As host of the annual Philadelphia Antique Architectural Sale, Kamelot adds experience with stained glass windows and doors, mantles, and the best in rare architectural antiques to their resume.